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Month: May 2018

Re: [trinity-devel] Re: Re: Renaming and split in to official and extra

From: Mike Bird <mgb-trinity@...>
Date: Sat, 26 May 2018 19:10:39 -0700
Hello again Mr or Ms Curiously Anonymous,

On Sat May 26 2018 16:37:08 wofgdkncxojef@... wrote:
> Why trinity is not in any distro?

Depending on the distro:
* Because it's not profitable enough.
* Because KDE teams block it.
* Because they haven't got a round tuit.

You want to try to get TDE back into Debian?  Fine.  The Debian KDE
team will probably block you but you're welcome to try.  It's your
time to waste.  But whether or not Debian includes TDE is a question
for Debian.  Why are you raising it here?

Are you a DD?  Are you a DM?  Do you have a sponsor?  Have you filed
an ITP?  Do you plan on using Alternatives or not?  Do you intend to
create the new TDE packages in Debian, or will you pay someone else
to create them.  Do you intend to maintain the new TDE packages in
Debian, or will you pay someone else to maintain them?

Debian is FLOSS.  If Debian turns you down you are welcome to fork
Debian and include TDE in your fork.  You could call it Tedian
or Wofgdkncxojefian.

But I still don't understand why you are wasting our time with
Debian questions on TDE mailing lists.

TDE software is working, and working well.  Which means the project
is working, and working well.  With Debian, with Devuan, with Ubuntu,
and with many other distros and derivatives.  Those are facts.  Your
opinion about TDE project governance is your opinion only.  Perhaps
if you told us of some of the successful projects you have led we
could attribute more weight to your opinion.